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Formed in 2006, the Engineering Doctorate Centre in Nuclear Engineering, is a consortium of UK universities, led by the University of Manchester in partnership with Imperial College London, and supported by the universities of Birmingham, Lancaster, Leeds, Sheffield, Strathclyde and Surrey, offering a fully funded EngD in Nuclear Engineering.

On the programme, Research Engineers spend over 75% of their time onsite at their sponsoring company, meaning projects are both collaborative and innovative and focused on nuclear competence and expertise. It ensures that Research Engineers will be at home both in the laboratory and the boardroom. Above all it provides time that is commercially relevant to the student and commercially effective to the sponsoring company.

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Visit the Engineering Doctorate Centre in Nuclear Engineering website for further details and information on how to apply

Contact

Dr. Andrew Clarke
Centre Manager
University of Manchester
0161 275 4338
andrew.clarke
@manchester.ac.uk

Did you know...

...students receive the standard EPSRC doctoral stipend enhanced by a contribution from the sponsoring company